To prepare for poster printing  , you have to make sure that the design of your poster is impeccable. Poster designing for a great poster printing is not just mindlessly arranging the text, images, decorations, and deciding colors for it. All of the mentioned aspects of a poster design must be thought carefully so that everything works well with each other in creating the perfect poster design and eventually an outstanding poster quality after the printing poster. 

Of course, you can always choose to hire a professional graphic designer to design your poster. But it is more economical and fulfilling to design your poster on your own. Even if you are not familiar with poster design and poster printing in  Singapore, don't worry. Here are some important aspects you have to consider for high quality poster design and poster printing. 

1. Color Processing 

In order to get accurate colors upon printing with the colors you see on screen during the design process, you have to match the color processing used to design with the color processing your printer uses. Most printers use CMYK colors and you have to match it instead of using RGB colors for the design. If printed by CMYK colors, the RGB colors will come out slightly brighter so you won't be satisfied with the results. If you have already designed your poster with RGB colors, make sure you convert it to CMYK before handing the design over to the printing service. 

2. Design Resolution 

If you want a high quality printing result, of course, you have to make sure that the design that you make is also of high quality. One of the most important determining factors in the design of a poster is the resolution. Remember to always work in 300 dpi. This resolution is the best for high quality printing. No matter how big the size of the poster you print, images with 300 dpi will be able to retain their qualities. 

3. Vector Based Design 

Other than the resolution, it is highly recommended that you design your poster with vector based programs or software such as Adobe Illustrator. Vector based programs can support any size of printing. No matter how big it is, the top-notch quality will be preserved and the images won't stretch or get pixelated at all. 

4. Proofreading 

Before you hand in your design to your chosen printing service, make sure that you do a final check or also called as proofreading. Proofreading does not only check for any mistakes in spelling, grammar, or punctuation. But during this step, you also have to remember to check the overall design and make sure that everything is the way you want it to be. 

5.  Print Professionally 

Find a printing shop that is experienced and professional in handling poster printing so that you can get the best quality possible for your printed item. Ask for their portfolio before agreeing to print with them and make sure that they can offer you the quality that you want with the suitable cost of production.